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Little script to warm up confluence and jira caches to make it more responsive

Project description

atl_cache_warmer

Little script to log in and warm up the cache of Jira or Confluence instances (just a basic http request)

To Install

pip install -U atl_cache_warmer

To Use

From the command line:

> atlwarmer --help
> usage: atlwarmer [-h] -u USERNAME -p PASSWORD [-j JIRA_URL] [-t JIRA_TARGET] [-c CONFLUENCE_URL] [-s SPACE] [-i]  [-v]

>optional arguments:
  -h, --help         show this help message and exit
  -u USERNAME        username to use
  -p PASSWORD        password to use
  -j JIRA_URL        url for jira
  -t JIRA_TARGET     path in jira to make request to
  -c CONFLUENCE_URL  url for confluence
  -s SPACE           confluence space to make request to
  -i                 when used in combination with -s, will attempt to iterate through and request all pages in the target space. Jira support coming soon(TM)
  -v                 Increase verbosity level, can used up to 2 times

Note: to work from the command line you need to make sure that python-scripts is in your PATH

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